Several global trends are contributing to the desire for cooling system solutions that can help companies use less energy and water for cooling. Heavy flooding in some regions, drought conditions in others, and extreme temperatures and weather events help drive the demand for such solutions.
Process Cooling Systems Inc. opened its corporate headquarters and manufacturing facility in Leominster, Mass. The company designs, builds, installs and services process water systems for industrial manufacturing operations.
Though resulting in a sturdy final product, the process of creating concrete is actually quite delicate. The strength and durability of concrete’s ultimate state depends largely upon accurate temperature control during the mixing and pouring stages. From beginning to end, temperature control acts as a crucial structural element.
For applications requiring high water-cooling performance in small spaces, the mRC-Kit-900-Twin provides two independent water-cooling systems that can provide a combined maximum cooling capacity of 900 W in a 19” rack-mount insert.
Evoqua Water Technologies Corp. announced a joint community program with the NHL’s Pittsburgh Penguins to help build a stronger connection with youth hockey associations across greater Pittsburgh and underscore the important role water plays in all aspects of daily life.
Factory engineered, mounted, piped and wired for open cooling towers, Smart Shield can be used to protect evaporative cooling water applications. The solid-chemistry, water treatment system provides controlled release and monitored release.
Combining wet and dry cooling, the TrilliumSeries optimizes energy and water savings for industrial refrigeration. When the ambient air is below the setpoint, the unit runs as a dry cooler to save water and energy.
BioSpray Tower will disinfect hard, nonporous surfaces, says the manufacturer. The EPA-registered disinfectant kills 99.9 percent of Legionella pneumophila when correctly applied to hard, nonporous surfaces like cooling towers.
Summer — the season of family trips to national monuments, lazy days at the beach and camping — will soon be behind us. Besides the end of construction season for the northern one-third of the country, the seasons’ change brings us another welcome sight: tradeshow season.
The number of cooling towers used for industrial applications and HVAC systems in the United States was estimated at 500,000 to 600,000 towers in a report by Pacific Northwest Laboratory in 1995. Based on that value and the intervening years, we can extrapolate that the number of cooling towers worldwide can be estimated at 1.5 million.